Peshawar Zalmi proprietor, Javed Afridi, has attacked the Indian Premier League (IPL) for separating players dependent on the shade of their skins. Afridi said this in light of Darren Sammy’s case that bigot word ‘kaalu’ was utilized for him in the IPL.
Sammy was called by the name ‘kaalu’ when he spoke to Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL in 2013-14. An Instagram post by Ishant Sharma, his colleague at that point, approves his case. Sharma had tended to Sammy by a similar word in his inscription.
Discussing prejudice, Javed Afridi said that the players from the Caribbean are dealt with like rulers in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
West Indian stars like Sammy are dealt with like rulers in Pakistan. They are normally showy players and are viewed as match-champs. Pakistani fans love to watch and bolster them, particularly when they are playing in the PSL.
Sammy, who has additionally been granted privileged Pakistani citizenship for his endeavors to take top-flight cricket back to the nation, is one of the most cherished abroad cricketers in the PSL. He was likewise set to get the Nishan-e-Pakistan grant on 23rd March this year, be that as it may, the function was dropped due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Sammy is treated as a saint by Zalmi fans and he merits it”, Afridi applauded Peshawar Zalmi’s lead trainer. The discussion on prejudice in cricket has picked up a lot of footing after Chris Gayle and Darren Sammy guaranteed that they have been exposed to the social insidiousness previously.
Previous Indian bowler, Irfan Pathan, likewise recognized that he has seen individuals being dealt with contrastingly on account of their confidence just as their experiences, particularly in household cricket.